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Paddy Dryer

Parboiling Dryer Plant

Approx Price: Rs 11 Lakh /Piece(s)

We have carved a niche amongst the most trusted names in this business, engaged in offering comprehensive range of Paddy Grain Dryer.

The poor cooking quality of new rice makes old rice sell at a higher rate than new rice. New paddy if steamed and held hot for sometime and then milled gives very good cooking characteristics. The cooked rice appearance is like old rice in which the grains are fluffy and non-sticky. Thus paddy is steamed.

Banking on the skills of our qualified team of professionals, we are instrumental in offering supreme quality range of Paddy Dryer.

Features:

  • Compact design
  • Low maintenance
  • Dimensionally accurate
  • Automatic Paddy Dryer

    Automatic Paddy Dryer

    Approx Price: Rs 14 Lakh /Unit(s)

    Rice is usually harvested at grain moisture content (MC) between 24 and 26% (wet basis). Any delays in drying, incomplete drying, or uneven drying will result in qualitative and quantitative losses during:

  • : Yellowing or discoloration caused by mold development and heat build-up from respiration.
  • : Reduced milling yields caused by high temperatures and re-wetting of grains.
  • : Loss of germination and vigor from grain respiration, mold and insect activities, or from exposure to grains to temperatures above 42ºC.
  • : Damage caused by insects that are more active at higher MC levels.
  • Some recommendations on drying the paddy

    • A :- Clean the grains before drying to avoid uneven drying and wet spots.
    • B :- Dry the paddy immediately after harvest; use the 18% MC if the paddy will be stored for a maximum of two weeks.
    • C :- When drying for milling, maintain the MC to 14% so the grain weight and milling yield won’t decrease.
    • D :- When storing grains from 8−12 months, dry the grains up to 13% MC or less.
    • E :- For long term storage (1 year or more, maintain MC to 9%).
    • F :- Do not mix grains maintained at different MCs to avoid cracking.
    • G :- Always monitor the grain temperature and MC to prevent the grains from being exposed to excess temperatures and over-drying.